User Profile: Mundyguy

Mundyguy

Member Since: December 27, 2010

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  • July 15, 2013 at 7:47pm

    How long was Mr Zimmerman supposed to let that thug beat on him?

  • July 5, 2013 at 12:04pm

    And if he was Obama’s son, he would call you a creepy azz ******

  • June 13, 2013 at 11:38am

    I prefer the term”criminal invader”. Or “criminal border crosser” may be less offensive. Why don’t the wetbacks worry about offending me?

  • December 28, 2012 at 10:35pm

    I don’t know where to start on Moore. His twitter handle is “mm flint”- but he lives a couple hundred miles north in the (lilly-white) woods. He has a nice compound on a lake with armed security. Maybe someone should ask him why he doesn’t live on the north end of Flint? How much money did this fat vulture make off of Bowling for Columbine? He loves to point out what he doesn’t like about America, yet he just can’t seem to move his fat self to those tropical commie havens he drools about– Cuba and Nicaragua are on top of his list. I wish he would just finish eating Traverse City and leave Michigan.

  • December 14, 2012 at 11:00pm

    Maybe spoons should be banned, as it seems Michael Moore is swelling up even more. If he starts to turn blue we shall have to get the Oompa Loompas to take him down to the juicing room to be squeezed.

  • December 13, 2012 at 11:38am

    So now the UAW thinks equality in the workplace is worth protesting for? Where were all of these loudmouth goons when the UAW instituted their 2 tier wage system for new hires? Did the concept of fairness enter into the decision to bring new employees at half of their own wages? Is it “fair” for one worker to make twice what the guy next to him is making for the same work? Please don’t lecture me on freeloaders, as you only need look in the nearest mirror. If there was true union brotherhood in the UAW, then they would have made concessions so that ALL made the same wage.
    I guess Orwell was right in that some animals think they are “more equal” than others.

  • December 2, 2012 at 3:58pm

    I am not be no racist.

  • February 23, 2011 at 10:50am

    When I hear this song-I think of the taxpayers as the boss. And the more I listen, the madder I get. These goons have no respect for their tax paying neighbors and want to take the taxpayers down.

  • February 17, 2011 at 10:27am

    Any old Republican? This is the same mentality that got us John McCain last time! If this party wants to win, we need a candidate to vote FOR. Voting against Obama only produces a confused rabble of “vote for me– I’m not Obama” clowns. If the party doesn’t produce a clear, electable candidate, we shall surely lose again.

  • February 16, 2011 at 5:36pm

    How refreshing! I watch a politician speaking — and I don’t feel that he’s insulting my intelligence. I hope he runs, even if only to give American voters an example of true leadership qualities.
    I fear that most Americans will reject him– no room for sacrifice in our society today.

  • February 16, 2011 at 5:01pm

    Saying that we’re “a little disappointed” in our president is like saying the great wall of China is a “little landscaping project out back”

  • February 16, 2011 at 12:24pm

    If you would dissolve all unions– does that include the UNITED States of America? You sound like some inbred hillbilly southerner still griping about the Civil War. If it wasn’t so sad, it would be hilarious.

  • February 15, 2011 at 12:31pm

    GM has paid back the loan– 5 years early. The balance was taken by the government in stock.– So all of you simple minded GM bashers should support the company in which you have an investment. Not doing so will only keep the price of the stock low. It’s a traitorous thing to buy a foreign car when your neighbor builds fine vehicles. Honda IS a foreign car company.

  • February 15, 2011 at 12:21pm

    Excuse me for pointing out the obvious, but these guys are NOT union members. Why did the subject of unions come up? Seems to be a good deal of paramoia on this site regarding the reasons for, and the actions taken by unions. If a union member violates a work rule or code of conduct, there is almost always a contractual disciplinary system. The union representative is responsible for (and supposed to) act as an advocate for the accused worker– to ensure that the policies and procedures are followed. It’s very similar to a lawyer defending an accused criminal in court. Or would you condemn that as well? It would seem that, in a country which is a UNION of several states who have joined together for the betterment of all– that a worker’s right to collective bargaining would be better understood.

  • February 15, 2011 at 9:27am

    If you morons really wanted the money back, you would be buying GM products. Good sales would raise stock values and possibly produce an increase over the money invested in GM stock. But I think that most here are 1) Too simpleminded to comprehend return on investment 2) Too jealous of hardworking Americans who have banded together to secure decent pay and working conditions to overcome your sheep-like bleating of mindless, nonsensical anti-union bumper sticker slogans. and 3) so eager to save a dime that they gladly commit economic suicide by blindly shoveling thousands of dollars (and the jobs they represent) overseas to our economic competition. Honda may build some cars here– But they are NOT an American company. Honda and Mitsubishi built the Japanese war machine that attacked America and cost the lives of far too many brave servicemen to forget.

    You people disgust me.

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  • February 15, 2011 at 9:07am

    WASHINGTON April 21, 2010 (AP)
    Fallen giant General Motors Co. accelerated toward recovery Wednesday, announcing the repayment of $8.1 billion in U.S. and Canadian government loans five years ahead of schedule. The U.S. government still owns 61 percent of GM. The automaker is counting on a public stock offering to allow the U.S. government to begin recouping its remaining $45.3 billion investment. GM received $52 billion from the U.S. government and $9.5 billion from the Canadian and Ontario governments starting in 2008. At first the entire amount of U.S. aid was considered a loan. But during bankruptcy, the U.S. government reduced the loan portion to $6.7 billion and converted the rest to company stock. Canadian governments also converted part of their debt to shares, reducing its loan balance to $1.4 billion. The final installments on those loans were repaid Tuesday, comfortably beating a 2015 deadline.

  • February 14, 2011 at 12:35pm

    Everything important that working families have won during the last 100 years was won by or with the help of the unions that America’s workers formed through struggle. The list is long but includes: *Overtime pay and protections including the 40-hour workweek and the weekend
    *Medicare and Social Security
    *Workplace safety laws
    *Child labor laws
    *The minimum wage
    *Civil rights
    Most importantly, unions are a way that working people win a Voice at Work that brings them better pay and benefits, dignity and respect in the workplace and, put simply, a better work life and more opportunities for their families.

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  • February 14, 2011 at 12:29pm

    Everything important that working families have won during the last 100 years was won by or with the help of the unions that America’s workers formed through struggle. The list is long but includes:

    *Overtime pay and protections including the 40-hour workweek and the weekend

    *Medicare and Social Security

    *Workplace safety laws

    *Child labor laws

    *The minimum wage

    *Civil rights

    Most importantly, unions are a way that working people win a Voice at Work that brings them better pay and benefits, dignity and respect in the workplace and, put simply, a better work life and more opportunities for their families.

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  • February 14, 2011 at 12:27pm

    Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.
    Abraham Lincoln

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  • February 7, 2011 at 9:31am

    When I heard all of the barking, growling and screeching, I thought I had tuned in to a documentary on Michael Vick’s dogfighting escapades. I felt sorry for the poor animal being abused. Upon closer inspection, I saw the egotistical no-talent skank and realized that my ears and I were the victims of this particular atrocity. The NFL owes each and every American an apology.